Leaders often carry the weight of expectations of those who look to them for all the answers. But what if the notion of an all-knowing leader is wrong?
Evidence now shows that the most adaptive, collaborative and resilient organizations have leaders who are perceived as intellectually humble rather than as overconfident experts. Revisit this EXecuTALK, in which Robert Richard, a faculty member with the US Center for Leadership Development, addressed why intellectual humility is an especially powerful tool for leaders today and explore how to be a more intellectually humble leader.
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Robert Richard, Faculty member, United States Center for Leadership Development
Danl Loewen, Faculty Member, Canada School of Public Service